49ers GM won't rule out trading Colin Kaepernick this week

Will the Broncos take the bait on Kaepernick? (2:18)

Mike & Mike explore if the Denver Broncos could be a landing spot for Colin Kaepernick after 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said it's possible Kaepernick could be traded this week. (2:18)

It's possible that quarterback Colin Kaepernick could be traded this week, San Francisco 49ers general manager Trent Baalke told ESPN's Bob Holtzman.

"I wouldn't say we are out there looking for it, but I wouldn't rule it out," Baalke said.

Kaepernick is attending a voluntary minicamp this week in Santa Clara, California, but he still isn't throwing. He is recovering from shoulder, thumb and knee surgeries.

Baalke also said, "There's been no talk internally," about Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford. Tom Condon, Bradford's agent, has confirmed his client wants to be traded. Bradford's former coach with the Eagles -- Chip Kelly -- was hired as the 49ers' coach in January.

The 49ers hold the No. 7 pick in this week's NFL draft, but two sources tell Holtzman that it's unlikely the team will use its first pick to take a quarterback.